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Bass Lessons — Beginners Guide To Walking Bass Lines bass tabs


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Standard string tuning (G,D,A,E) recommended

1. Nothing too difficult, just make sure you are stamping your
foot two times per second and that you are counting from 1 to 4
in time with your foot beat. So in other words, you play the next
note each time you finish counting to 4.
|—————————————————0—————————————|
|—4———0———2———————————0—————————|
|—————————————4———————————2—————|
|—————————————————————————————3—|

2. By now you should be able to count to 4 with a steady foot beat
because you will need to play each note in time with your footbeat.
|—————————————————————————————————0—0—0—0—————————————————————————|
|—4—4—4—4—0—0—0—0—2—2—2—2—————————————————0—0—0—0—————————————————|
|—————————————————————————4—4—4—4—————————————————2—2—2—2—————————|
|—————————————————————————————————————————————————————————3—3—3—3—|

3. This one is called a walking bass line. Remember to play each
note in time with your foot, but I'd personally recommend that
you take your time in being able to get used to playing the notes
at your own pace so that you could either remember the notes,
or be able to site read them. Good Luck.
|———————————2—————————————————————————2—————————2—4—————————————0—|
|—4—————4—0———4—0—2———————————————0—4———4—————2—————0—2———————0———|
|———0—4—————————————2—————4—————4—————————0—4———————————2———2—————|
|—————————————————————4—0———0—4———————————————————————————3———————|
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Comments

is this a 4/4 count? notes that hold four beats in a measure are whole note arnt they? your showing 32 notes in a measure so are they 32nd notes? That makes for some very fast playing for a beginner. I thought one note per beat were quarter notes and if you hit two notes per beat then they are 8th notes. So I'm confused with only one note for every count of four.
is this a 4/4 count? notes that hold four beats in a measure are whole note arnt they? your showing 32 notes in a measure so are they 32nd notes? That makes for some very fast playing for a beginner. I thought one note per beat were quarter notes and if you hit two notes per beat then they are 8th notes. So I'm confused with only one note for every count of four.

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